This blog is to provide information about Andromedan magic and Lanterum, which is a new system of magic open to the public. It is taught free of charge, voluntary donations are accepted.
Lanterum es un nuevo sistema de magia abierto para el publico. No tiene prerrequisitos y se ofrece gratis, o por contribuccion voluntaria.
Wednesday, March 7, 2018
What is a Potion?
Potion Basics - Emergentus
What is a potion?
A potion is a physical solution; it is always composed
of at least one liquid and some solid ingredients.It often requires the use of a magical spell
to activate it.
The combination of ingredients and the order in which
they are added will create an energy, and thus produce a magical effect.
Most potions are heated and must be boiled with a
source of heat (open flame).
All Emergentus potions are vegan, and the
ingredients used in potions are either plant-based or mineral-based. The
potions contain no animal products or parts.
The liquid used in potions is mainly water or
water-based.Vegetable oils are
Water-based ingredients (liquid):
Fruit juice, vegetable juice
Oil + water mixtures
Herbal extracts (ex: grapefruit seed extract)
Note: Alcohol is never used in
Mineral ingredients used in potions:
Base potions are always cold –
they can be served on their own, ‘as is’, or they can be used as a base for
other more elaborate, hot potions recipes.
Potions keep for a maximum of 2 days.Keep in a glass jar at room temperature.Do not refrigerate or reheat a used potion.
The standard volume of a potion recipe is 500 ml of
liquid, a bit over 2 cups.
Hot potions must be boiled over an open flame or
fire.No electric stovetops or microwave
Basic tools for potions:
Round pot or cauldron
Live flame or fire (a fondue set works well indoors)
Mortar and pestle
Spoon – can be wooden or metal
Strainer and/or cheesecloth
Measuring cup (glass, preferred)
Small bowls or ramequins for ingredients (glass or